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an officer who fired three times on him striking him twice. >> we believe he was in the mission district to exact retaliation for a homicide that occurred. >> reporter: a present told us he was a hard working -- a friend told us he was a hard worker. >> we want to thank the officers that are out there every day on the streets. >> reporter: police received praised and criticism from some who are angry. >> we don't feel safe. we don't. >> reporter: they are set to hold another meeting in an hour. at 6:00 p.m. hear from merchants frustrated. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. in hayward police are investigating a deadly police
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shooting. it started about 1:00 a.m. at a bar and ended near the bart station. police say one person was shot at the dirty bird bar. that victim is expected to live. witnesses told police the gunman took off in a blue car. officers found a car a quarter mile away. police say the driver put the car in reverse and coming towards the officer whose opened fire killing the driver. a witness heard the car and the shooting. >> sounded like he was doing donuts or something. high speed and then there was a crash and a minute later 12-15 rounds. >> police haven't released the name of the man who was killed and hasn't said whether they found a weapon. at 5:30 p.m. the one sit a that seen a jump in police shootings.
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deadly accident involving a pedestrian. this happened at 3:30 a.m. on 680. it appears the man was walked on to the freeway and he hit by two vehicles. investigators are trying trying to figure out the man's identity. happening now, chevron thinks they know what caused the fire last month. ktvu's cara liu was given a tour of the refinery today. >> reporter: a briefing inside the last 90 minutes inside the chevron refinery, they believe they know what caused the fire. the manager announced they likely know the cause of the fire august 6. he blamed corrosion for causing the
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weakening of the pipe in question and said low silicone content may have been a contributing factor. >> some of our experts did understand and the impact. it does not appear this information was understood and acted upon. >> reporter: in a separate issue, the epa opened an investigation into the company after an investigation discovered they were routing gases without proper monitoring. flaring is a safety procedures used to burn off extra hydro carbons. they were required to monitoring starting in 2004 but chevron in dozens of cases did not. >> they have to turn a volveb to operate -- a volve to
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operate this and add more steam. to me they knowingly did that. >> reporter: coming up, we will have more on what officials, how they responded to the federal investigation and what they told us will be here at a community meeting here in richmond, between residents, investigators, and chevron. we will let you know what happens at 6:00 p.m. cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. jerry hill praised governor jerry brown today. he held a news conference this morning. the three bills forced the public utilities commission to follow safety regulations, regulate bonuses and more
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closely monitor pipeline safety. >> this legislation will give them the tools to refocus priorities. >> the p.u.c. still haven't fined pg&e for the explosion. it plan as hearing this month on whether to fine pg&e and if so by how much. santa clara elementary school principal is in jail on drug charges. he is accused of selling drugs to an under cover officer. ktvu's robert handa is live with the new developments. >> reporter: the principal made his court appearance here at the haul of justice a hour -- hall of justice. . >> reporter: eric dean lewis appears subdued this afternoon. the principal of montague elementary school faces felony drug charges, possession,
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furnishing and sale of methamphetamine, and the date rape drug. he was arrested in san francisco thursday afternoon. investigators say he arranged to meet with an under cover agent. a search here at his apartment turned up methamphetamine, and the other drugs. then agents came to the school and seized his computer. >> i think it is very difficult. it is shocking. very sad time for the school. >> reporter: parents were also shocked. he was principal for 7 years, seemed popular and set up anti- drug programs. >> we were disappointed because he is respected here. the prosecutor says there is no indication children were involved. but the prosecutor argued he should not be released because he lives outside of the county and investigators want to be sure he doesn't use drug money
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for bail. >> we want to make sure any money comes in is from proper sources. >> reporter: even though bail is set at $25,000, he will stay in jail while his funds are checked. he returns to court on friday. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. jury selection started in the trial of a former police crime laboratory technician. she stole cocaine from the lab in 2009. that lead to the closure of the facility. prosecutors had to dismiss hundreds of criminal cases because of the scandal. police arrested a 67-year- old man on charges he tried to poison his girlfriend by putting bleach in her water. he is charged with attempted murder, poisoning and cruelty
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to a dependent adult. bail is $500,000. the woman said her boyfriend led her to believe the water was a special mixture of vitamins. it actually contained chlorine. there will be fewer correctional officers and patrol officers in california. they are scaling back operations and pink slips will start going out next week. the layoffs will take effect by the end of october. the prison population is shrinking because of the supreme court order that led to the realignment plan. that a brawl among workers shut down production at a iphone factory in china. >> the fight broke out last night at a complex. the video here comes from
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youtube. police say 2,000 employees were involved in the fight that left 40 people injured. thousands of officers responded. officials say it wasn't work related. >> apple sold more than 5 million iphone 5 in the past three days. that figure is a record for any phone. analysts expected up to 6.5 million to sell. the iphone 5 sales beat last year's launch by one million phones. apple said demand outstripped the initial supply. apple shares 1% or $9.30. it hit a high on friday when the iphone 5 was released. google shares are at a all
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time high, $748.90 in trading. that break as previous record. this came after they protected stock will hit $850 a share based on increased spending on advertising and an improved situation at motorola. a wildfire in california turns deadly, the discovery made today. >> and i am back here at 5:20 p.m., temperatures are on the warm side, how much warmer will it get? i have the five-day forecast and i will show you when. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools.
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today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento.
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the edge. the driver plunged to the water belows and they got him out safely. after firefighters found a body inside of a burned home. the fire is burning through hills in san diego county. it destroyed 20 homes and 2,000 acres of land. officials announced they found the body of a man inside his home. neighbors were worried about the man because he refused to evacuate and he made a plea for all residents to listen to evacuation warnings and get out safely. >> we need firefighters to get in, put the fire out and we need to have the citizens to evacuate safely. >> there was good news to report on the progress of the
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fire, as of 5:00 p.m. tonight, they had the fire 40% contained up from 10% at 7:00 a.m. this morning. >> firefighters in riverside have a wildfire almost contained. it started before 5:00 p.m. last night and burned 200 acres. it forced residents to flee or shelter in place. no homes have been damaged and the fire is 90% contained. some peanut butter sold at trader joe's is being recalled. the creamy salted valencia peanut butter has been linked to 29 salmonella cases in 18 states. some were children that became ill. trader joe's has pulled the product off the shelves. a tv host is jumping into the evolution debate with a
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video that has gone viral on youtube. it has been viewed more than 4- 1/2 million times. in the video he says evolution is fundamental to all life science and parents should not encourage children to reject it. he produced this in response to efforts to present bible stories as a alternative to evolution in public schools. a turn for a big rig accident. the driver lost control of a 18 wheeler filled with beer. it happened yesterday in downtown. the driver took the exit too fast that caused the rig to flip. it doesn't appear the driver was under the influence. a condition called zombie bees has been discovered in washington. it causes bees to fly at night
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and lurch till they die. a bee keeper in washington found the first bees in that state. a biologist in san francisco discovered them in california in 2008. he uses a website to track it across the country. mayor ed lee alawed the commission on -- applauded the commission on domestic violence. mayor ed lee said the commission helped cut domestic violence homicides by 80% and he promised to improve those numbers even more. >> to keep that work up. to keep the issues in front of us. make sure we never accept, not even one domestic violence case in the city. >> mayor ed lee said the commission hands out $3 million a year in grants to
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organizations to fight domestic violence. he is famous for his walk on the moon now he will be honored for his missions closer to earth. the navy vessels will have equipment that can map the deepest parts of the ocean. he died last month at the age of 82. our weather, nice day today but the fog is back. >> yeah it is back. it is deeper than it has been so temperatures trended down but the fog is not back, we will not see the summer type fog. we are into a fall pattern this week that will give us plenty of sunshine inland and the push of the fog won't be that aggressive. i don't think all counties wake up tomorrow under fog but we will see fog where we typically see it. it is jackets, hoodies, gloves
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out there. chilly. as we go into the next couple days the fog keeps doing what it has been doing. today it cooled off. it got deeper, it gets over the hills. over the weekend, the golden gate bridge, from berkeley, you could see how low the fog was, it was down 12-1300 feet. today it was higher and that is why there was more cool air. neat thing, you can tell what is going on. the fog was fat today. concord, down from 80s yesterday to low 80s. napa 74. if you get away from the bay area, not the bay area, the bay, fairfield 87 right now. antioch, i don't know if i buy
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that 75. 83 livermore. temperatures tomorrow warmer. five-day forecast, there will be increases in day time highs. extended forecast, we are going into what looks like, especially late weekend, weekend, indian summer, my concern is i think the fire danger tweaks up, obviously, but we will see winds, something to keep our eyes on. another day tomorrow, a lot like today, temperatures -- lots of 80s, mid-80s, mid-70s. end of the week things change, when i come back, we will go to the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. winds could create fire concerns. i will see you back here. republican presidential candidate mitt romney mocs president obama's comment that there would be bumps in the
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road for arab nations. >> bumbs in the -- bumps in the road. 20,000 people have been killed in syria. we have pakistan -- [ music playing ] >> he spoke in colorado today. he said the president foreign policy should not be at the mercy of events over seas. president obama was asked about violence in countries. president obama released a new political ad. >> it shows he is out of touch. if he thinks half of the country feels like victims. >> it mitt romney said 47% of voters are dependent on the government and see themselves
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as victims. mitt romney said that is not the campaign, that was me. sad news from the national zoo in washington, d.c. a panda cub has died. why zoo keepers are concerned about the cub's mother. >> a memorial for those killed on flight 93. the reason it might not be completed. >> a science experiment with beach trash, researchers trying to find out what might have come from japan. >> tonight on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon...creamy cheese...
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condolences to the national zoo, one day after the death of
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a panda cub there. officials in washington, d.c. say the cub had abnormalities but they don't know the cause of death. the concern is now the well being of the mama who appears to be mourning. >> over night she slept well. sadly we witnesses her cradling an ojfor the -- object for the rest of the night. >> they hope to know more on what caused the cub's death in two week. the baby was eating and was not crushed by the mother. >> homeless people near the cal train station in san francisco expected to get kicked out today but it didn't happen. people received notices last week telling them to move out by today and they anticipated the chp would be there today to
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enforce the order but the only people that came were from the salvation army bringing food. the national memorial to flight 93 is under construction in pennsylvania but they have fallen short of the money needed to complete the project. passengers forced the the plane to crash into a field. the national park service completed the first phase but organizers say they need $5 million to complete the memorial and provide for its upkeep. >> especially the national park service that is being reduced, that concerns us as far as having the resources to take care of the park. >> flight 93 memorial fundraisers say corporate
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donations have fallen. he is in new york and taking aim at america and israel. he accused the u.s. of shielding a fake regime in israel. in the past u.s. and other delegations walked out during his address. >> foolish, offensive and sometimes unintelligible things. >> president obama is scheduled to speak tomorrow. a company is looking to hire hundreds of people by the end of the year, who they are looking for and the cool technologies they are developing. >> are these incidents on the rise? i will have the answer to that question just ahead.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> it almost seems like every week we are reporting on a officer involved shooting in the bay area. different cities, different circumstances but are there more happening now? we looked into the numbers trying to find out if there are more officer involved shooting and ktvu's pall dr. is -- and paul chambers is in hayward and tells us what he learned. >> reporter: this was the scene of the latest incident this morning of a officer involved shooting, couple blocks from where we are. i looked at the stats today and found officer involved shootings are actually down. >> reporter: since last week, two officer involved shooting in the bay area -- officer involved shootings in the bay
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area. >> when an officer has a violent confrontation with somebody they be one or two seconds to make a decision, if that, on the level of force. >> reporter: he is a former san francisco police chief, of all the officers he encounted no one ever wanted to -- encountered no one ever wanted to shoot someone. >> the officers have a right to protect themselves. they don't come to work to die. >> a badge is not a license to kill. >> reporter: she feels officer involved shootings are unjust. she feels officers should be held accountable for their actions. in 2010 san francisco had 15 officer involved shootings. 8 in 2011 and 6 this year. in san jose, 4 in 2010. 8 in 2011 and three this year.
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the city of vallejo had three in 2010, 2 in 2011 and 7 this year. regardless of statistics, one officer involved shooting is too many she says. >> not an even playing field. they have a license to carry a gun. >> reporter: we tried to get the stats from oakland but they did not respond. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. a prayer vigil is set in a half hour, he was found shot around 10:30 p.m. last night outside his home. police don't have many leads. neighbors say there have been many shootings and gangs only add to the problem. there have been 5 homicides this year in antioch. there were four all of last year. discover bank will pay
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millions in fines and refunds and settle accusation. they enrolled customers without their consent and misled them about the benefit and let them think the product was fee. discover will refund $200 million. atm fees are rising. surcharges have gone up 4%, $2.50. it is the 8th straight year the fees are up. if you use another bank's atm that is up $1.50. restriction on over draft charges and limits on swipe fees are some of the reasons for the increase. a small solar energy panel
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maker will flip the switch wednesday. solo power will be eligible to tap a loan guarantee from the u.s. department of energy. must have the production line up and running and meet other milestones before it draws funds. they expect that to happen next year. san ramon is hiring. ktvu's lorraine blanco is live there now. >> reporter: they have all this land but it is still early in the process of turning this dirt into a downtown area. the mare tells us the new -- the mayor tells us the new jobs might get the product into high gear. >> reporter: this is a sneak peak at it being developed right now. >> as you see what is happening, your movements are
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seen by the computer. there was a movie, this is taking that and building it for real. >> reporter: looks fun but they hope the technology will help surgeons in the operating room and mechanics in your car. 200 people work here but they are building space for another 200 employees by the end of the year. >> software and analystics are more important to us -- analytics are more important to us. we are having to make that more intelligent. these are high-end jobs. those jobs will have an impact. this is a satellite picture, stitched together from 80 photographs. >> reporter: long with chevron and at&t, having ge here will bring them closer to the dream of a real downtown.
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>> well trained professionals, it is attracting other people. >> reporter: he believes more families will choose to live here and for the people who do -- >> their getting home early, spending time with their families. >> last job i commuted so it is nicer to be working here. >> reporter: more than 600 companies do business here, 10 million square feet of office space. they hope to finish this within the next 5 years. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. only on 2, new poll shows one proposition may have voters stumped. prop 31 would reform the budget process. the measure would change the budget cycle from one year to two years, and create rules for office setting new spending and set performance goals.
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despite those sweeping proposals the authors of the poll says public awareness and support is low. 40% plan to vote no. 21% say they will vote yes and 39% are undecided. the poll asks about prop 34, it repeals the state's death penalty. where voters stand and how their opinions changed coming up at 6:00 p.m. two officers will be cort marshalled on charges they urinated on the bodies of taliban fighters last year. this video made its way on to youtube. they face several misconduct charges. three other junior marines were given administrative
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punishments. the news today that sent facebook stock tumbling and the technology investigators see as a challenge. >> and what kills more people than car accidents when it comes to injury related deaths. card hassles?
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is still over priced. closed $20.79. loss of $2.07. facebook went public in may at $38 a share. facebook is trying to figure out how to advertise. on wall street fears over europe's debt crisis sent stocks side ways. the dow is down 20 to 13,558. the s&p is down 3 to 1,456. the nasdaq is down 19 at 3,160. >> ktvu app is ready to download. the centers for disease control says prescription drug abuse among the young is on the decline. a report finds a 14% decline among 18-25-year-olds. a rise when it comes to heroin
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use, binge drinking and marijuana is the most commonly used drug in the country. in 20117% of american -- in 2011, 7% of americans used marijuana. they are celebrating their 20th anniversary this week. the idea was to promote bicycle riding in the city but organizers wanted to challenge the use of city streets and the domination of cars and oil. a week long celebration this week will include a art exhibit, concert, a film and book about critical mass and the bicycle gathering and ride friday night. suicide kills more people than car accidents according to a new study. researchers found accidents were the number two cause of
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injury related deaths. suicide deaths rose by 15%. the 49ers have a new sponsor for their new stadium. the team announced they have finalized a deal with sap to be a founding partner of the stadium. terms were not disclosed. as part of the agreement the practice facility, which is located next to the stadium construction site will be renamed the sap training center. the $1.2 billion stadium is being built right now, it is set to open in 2014. playoff fever is back at at&t park. giant fans get ready for the post season. what else is going on that weekend? >> and i am back here in 10 minutes, there is the fog, the fog is pinched down, isn't it? does that mean a warm up for
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tuesday? i will have the details back here in a couple minutes.
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now that the giants are in the playoffs we are learning their first two games may be happening when there are four other major events going on in san francisco. ktvu's rob roth is here now with that and when tickets will go on sale. rob? >> reporter: the buzz is building here at at&t park. giant post season tickets went on sale today, the first wave did as san francisco gets ready
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for the playoffs. >> runner goes. line drive. pagan. that is it. >> reporter: from the catch to the cash here at the giants dugout, people were getting a jump on october baseball. tickets for the division series went on sale today for season ticket holders. the public can request tickets online tomorrow. $60 up to $420. >> the amount of inventory is more scarce. >> i think we will get tickets. may not be the seats we want. >> reporter: the success of the giants ripples out, success for restaurants and bars throughout the city. especially near at&t park. >> energy, excitement, fun. people want to be a part of the scene. >> reporter: right now the giants will play at home
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october 6-7. that is the same weekend san francisco hosts fleet week, featuring the blue angels, the america's cup, the blue grass festival and now the giants. good luck finding a hotel room. >> rooms will be tight already. it will be expensive and hard to book. >> reporter: two years ago the giants clinched on the last day of the season and the playoffs started two days later. now everyone has two weeks to make plans and get ready. in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. great news about raiders wide receiver darrius heyward- bey, he was released from the hospital today. he suffered a consuggestion during this -- concussion during this play. he made the helmet to helmet hit. darrius heyward-bey was knocked out. the raiders say darrius heyward-
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bey is expected to make a full recovery. kerri walsh jennings revealed she was 5 weeks president when they won the gold medal last month. she suspected something was different because the way she felt during the games. breast cancer researchers say new findings may lead to new treatments. researchers have identified four types of breast cancer. within those types they found changes that are driving other cancers. the discovery is expected to lead to new treatments with drugs already approved for cancers in other parts of the body. national monautomatic is having a clean water problem -- monument is having a clean
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water problem. algae is blooming across the service of the water. engineers are making adjustments. >> we have to tweak it, balance it and it will be to the quality of national park standards. >> in an effort to conserve the precwater it is pulling -- fresh water it is pulling water from the river. it can be an amazing sight when a funnel cloud meets a large body of water like this one in michigan. witnesses say this was one of several water spouts that appeared. they were part of a storm system that brought hail to michigan and the mid-west over the weekend. >> remarkable. you don't see that every day. >> you don't. water spouts are interesting. once they hit land they fall
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apart. over the water they form so easily. there is less friction. what we are looking at outside is plenty of fog and low cloud. that fog will be there tonight and tomorrow morning. i pointed it out early, towards golden gate park, foggy. few blocks east of there, 19th avenue, not bad. fog is that coast, stays there again tomorrow. there will be fog around the peninsula, over berkeley. these are the highs from today. highs tomorrow look like these. not much changes. cooler in some places. marine layer thicker in places. not much. subtle changes. few high clouds, especially yesterday. that reminds you of fall, when you see the high clouds moving
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in. the fog tomorrow morning, there is the computer model, not much of it. highs tomorrow, oranges are 80s. yellows are 70s. looks like today. this whole week will be interesting. the tone of an indian summer but without the high fire danger. into the weekend, on sunday, monday, we may see strong off shore winds and have fire concerns. right now we are going to hold with this nice mild, mellow weather pattern as we walk into fall here. we got neat forecast highs. 79 san jose. 83 morgan hill. air quality is good. the usual things, high fire danger, bad air quality, not
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happening. that is great. we are having a pattern that is working in our favor. which is nice. i have been here many years and it is not always the case. you get winds going, heat going, end of summer is a problem. end of the weekend, we might have fire concerns sunday and monday. tough to resist the lure of a trampoline but this much fun often ends in serious injury. the statistics and advice on safer trampoline use, still ahead. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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glean day -- green day is apologizing for a melt by down jack armstrong. he smashed his guitar before walking off stage. they said they were not cut off and that jack armstrong is seeking treatment for substance abuse. a new warning for parents about those tamp -- trampolines you put in the backyard. they say a supervised training facility is safer and kids
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should stay off of them at home. videos show the risk of unsupervised play. they say more than 100,000 people are hurt each year on trampolines and up to 15% suffer head and neck injuries. >> they let their kids go out and play and it is incredibly dangerous insteading of understanding the rules -- instead of understanding the rules. >> if they are used at home kids should be supervised with only one child on at a time and they should not be allowed to do flips. if you see a bright light tonight it is part of a movie being filmed in the city. a light truck will be parked from now till 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning.
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only on 2 tonight, he is facing criminal charges for abusing young girls. coming up, what we learned about a 12-year-old girl who said her case came first and was ignored. >> and residents are gathering for a community meeting, a few hours after chevron says it knows how the fire that chevron refinery started.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >> i am. i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. >> there is new evidence that a staff member at group home who worked with delayed children also abused them. only on 2 ktvu's noelle walker discovered the allegations that one mother said was ignored. >> reporter: this is the lawsuit filed, it alleges a group knew of a problem but did nothing to prevent him from abusing clients. >> reporter: the campus is

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